Jujutsu Kaisen became one of the biggest Shonen franchises in a relatively short time, with Yuji Itadori’s story paving the way for a prequel film that became one of the highest-grossing anime films of all time in Japan and in North America. Now, Jujutsu Tech students are helping teach fans English while translating some of the major attacks from some of the greatest heroes and villains to emerge from creator Gege Akutami’s mind, as the second season prepares to release. next year.
While Yuji Itadori was the star of the Shonen supernatural franchise for the first season of the anime adaptation and most of the manga series, the prequel movie of Jujutsu Kaisen 0 decided to focus on the protagonist who came before the boy who currently shared his body with the being known as Sukuna. Yuta Okkotsu was also a resident of Jujutsu Tech but had far different abilities and backstory than Yuji, with the star of the prequel having to face a dastardly threat to the mortal world. While the anime’s second season is expected to once again focus on Yuji and his classmates, fans shouldn’t be surprised if the events and characters from the prequel arrive in the TV series’ return.
Twitter user Kaikaikitan shared details of the upcoming Jujutsu Kaisen book which will see Jujutsu Tech students help teach fans English this summer as the series prepares to return with its second season next year in 2023:
“Learn English with Jujutsu Kaisen!” will be released on August 4, 2022!
You can read and learn about the famous lines and special techniques of Jujutsu Kaisen characters in English with illustrations! pic.twitter.com/Bi92O3tGux
— shiro (@kaikaikitan) June 16, 2022
For fans who might have missed Jujutsu Kaisen 0 in theaters, the film is set to hit theaters with a Blu-Ray/DVD release this fall in Japan with a September 21 release date. While a worldwide release of the film as far as its physical copies have yet to be revealed, it probably won’t be long before we see Yuta Okkotsu’s story make its way to the West in terms of discs. physical. There are currently no plans for another film in the Shonen franchise, but depending on the popularity of the series, a trip to theaters could take place in the future.
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